TV CONFIDENTIAL Show No. 564.1 with guest Ron Bacon is available for listening on demand as a free podcast

Ron Bacon and The Chicken Man
Original Airdates: Jan. 14-16, 2022
TVC 564.1: Part 1 of our final conversation with Ron Bacon, the Emmy Award-winning associate director who was also one of the true pioneers of network television. Ron Bacon passed away Tuesday, Dec. 21 at age ninety-one. Besides wearing many hats throughout his thirty-five years in network TV production, Ron was an accomplished musician and songwriter whose accomplishments after television include The Chicken Man, a full-length musical stage comedy that he wrote and produced for the Sedona Arts Center in Sedona, Arizona in September 2000. The origins for The Chicken Man, however, date back to the early 1960s, when Ron encountered a local character in New Orleans known as “the Chicken Man” while waiting out a hurricane in the French Quarter.

Ron Bacon and the Joy of Creativity
Original Airdates: Jan. 14-16, 2022
TVC 564.2: Emmy Award winner Ron Bacon talks to Ed about the back story of The Chicken Man, the musical stage comedy that he wrote and produced in September 2000; his remarkable encounter with legendary trumpeter Louis Armstrong; and the joy that comes from the creative process. Ron Bacon passed away Tuesday, Dec. 21 at age ninety-one. Part 2 of this conversation will air on our Jan. 28-30 program. You can enjoy The Chicken Man for free at RonBacon.net.

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